• Full cooked-to-order breakfast daily
• Evening Manager’s reception*
•WiFi internet access,Yoga classes
• 24-hour ﬁtness & business centers
When you’re ready for sun & fun,Waikiki Beach is just a few steps away.
It’s all here… a great place to stay and play.
Enjoy our spacious one- and two-bedroom serviced suites with the convenience
of micro kitchens and the following complimentary comforts:
Waikiki’s Suite Paradise!
Oahu’s Only All-Suite Resort
www.EmbassySuitesWaikiki.com • 1-800-EMBASSY • (808) 921-2345 • 201 Beachwalk Street • Honolulu, HI 96815
*Subject to State and local laws.
Food & Beverage
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In-Suite Dining menu
Aside from our mouth-watering entrees and fresh salads that are
always available, Chef Glenn has created dinner specials just for you!
Butter Roasted LobsterTails $28.00 plus tax
Served with choice of rice or potato and chefs selection of fresh vegetables.
Seared Mahi-Mahi with a Sesame Crust $22.00 plus tax
Topped with ginger butter sauce and served with choice of potato or rice.
Pākini Bar Menu
Check with our cheerful cocktail servers on the many new offerings
you can choose from. 12 PM – 5 PM
Live Entertainment will be your host 4 days a week at our nightly
complimentary Manager’s Reception on the Grand Lanai: Mondays,
Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, subject to change.
Yoga Classes are available everyTuesday and Friday morning
from 7 – 8 am poolside, weather permitting.
CCelebrate Independence Day as ﬁreworks light the night sky over
Ala Moana Beach Park. On July 4, head to Magic Island at 12 noon for
food and live entertainment, followed by one of the largest ﬁreworks
shows in the country at 8:30 p.m.
If you’re looking to beat the July heat, head to the Pakini Bar at
Embassy Suites-Waikiki BeachWalk and relax with cool libations such as the“Kahlua Colada”or the“Hula Girl.”
With a $25 purchase of food or drink, you can take home“Moki,”a hand-carved coconut monkey, perfect for sipping your ice-cold drinks
poolside and a fun memento of your Hawaii vacation.
On the Fourth of July, make your way to Magic Island for a lively Ho’olaule’a, the Hawaiian word for festival, or gathering for celebration.